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Restraint on private schools on govt land hiking fees without govt approval, stayed by Delhi HC [Read Judgment]
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Restraint on private schools on govt land hiking fees without govt approval, stayed by Delhi HC [Read Judgment]

Delhi High Court stays Delhi government circular barring private schools on government land from hiking fees without government approval.

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Non-negotiable to include mother’s name in certificates of educational qualifications, directs Delhi HC Judiciary
Non-negotiable to include mother’s name in certificates of educational qualifications, directs Delhi HC

The Delhi High Court has held that an educational qualification certificate must mention the names of both the father and mother of the child, and not just the father’s.

"Charity begins at home": Delhi HC directs Sikh Gurudwara Committee to pay salaries & arrears of its 12 schools' staff Judiciary
"Charity begins at home": Delhi HC directs Sikh Gurudwara Committee to pay salaries & arrears of its 12 schools' staff

Delhi High Court has directed the Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee to pay salaries and arrears of its 12 schools' staff.

What pleasure do you get by ragging: Madras HC raps accused students Judiciary
What pleasure do you get by ragging: Madras HC raps accused students

Madras High Court comes down heavily on students from engineering college who beat up and abused junior student as part of “ragging”.

25% youngsters cannot read Class-2 level text fluently in their regional languages: ASER report Executive
25% youngsters cannot read Class-2 level text fluently in their regional languages: ASER report

Females are less likely to be enrolled in the STEM stream than males, to have more insight on the ASER survey 2023 read the whole report.

Delhi HC questions viability of 'One Nation, One Education Board' policy

The Delhi High Court doubtful on how a uniform school syllabus and education board would work across the country when there are several State Boards around.

Hike income cap for EWS school admission to Rs 5 lakh: Delhi High Court

Court asked Delhi government to increase the cap on annual family income for admission to schools under EWS. Here's why

Female nurses only? Plea in Delhi HC challenges AIIMS, DU provisions

Delhi High Court issues notice on the Centre and Delhi government on a plea against provisions allowing only females to apply for admission to nursing courses in Delhi University (DU), AIl India Insti...

“If education is your priority, how can this be?” Delhi High Court pulls up Delhi govt for holding up funds for 6 new school buildings

A bench of Acting Chief Justice Manmohan and Justice Mini Pushkarna of the Delhi High Court today pulled up the Aam Aadmi Party-led Delhi government for non-release of funds for additional classrooms ...

Karnataka Education Act to be applicable on Private unaided minority institutions: HC [Read Judgment]

Karnataka High Court's ruling on the applicability of the Karnataka Education Act 1983 to private unaided minority institutions and its impact on employee rights. Learn about the legal implications an...

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